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Fathom partners with ACCA UK to help shape the future of accounting

June 28, 2022

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We're proud to announce that Fathom has partnered with the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) UK to help its members shape the future of the accounting profession.

As a global community of 233,000 members based in 178 countries, ACCA is committed to the highest professional and ethical values. This partnership with ACCA UK is a natural fit for Fathom as we endeavour to provide confidence to accountants and SMEs by giving them clarity into their clients' businesses.

Glenn Collins, Interim Head of ACCA UK, touched on the power of timely reporting and the essential role forecasting now plays for all businesses.

“It is vital for economic growth and prosperity, or even survival, as the figures are always at the heart of business decision making”, he said.

“Understanding the numbers and how they relate to performance is essential in these turbulent times.”

ACCA members will benefit from access to Fathom’s powerfully simple reporting platform. By accessing deeper insights, accountants are able to help businesses make more informed decisions.

If you’re an ACCA member, you can read more about what it means for you on the ACCA website, or sign up to get 50% off the first two months of your Fathom subscription here.

We’re thrilled to be part of ACCA UK’s solution to help their member practitioners who work with SMEs and entrepreneurs to plan, support and achieve their growth ambitions.

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